Author. Podcast host. Data security expert. Yes, it fits together.
Through stories we learn and understand the world. Telling them is my profession.
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Berlin 1930: colorful neon lights, flying automobiles. We are in the middle of the election campaign for the Reichstag elections. While working for Germany's largest videophone provider, Lisbeth, a Jew, learns of a murder plot against her uncle, the police chief. Will she manage to unmask the perpetrators from the ranks of the SA and save her uncle?
Who are thosewho want to have our data? And what does that even mean? We all use the Internet every day: messenger, social media, streaming, shopping, email... We share the data highway with the rest of the world. The Internet doesn't stop at any national borders. Nor do trends like NFT and Web3.
In this book, Klaudia Zotzmann-Koch explains what all this is and the reasons why many data flows are problematic. She shows what everyone can do themselves in just a few minutes to be safer online.
with Paula Anders,
the „Miss Marple“
Exciting, funny, makes you want more.
In Hildesheim's "Umgestülpter Zuckerhut", the upside-down sugar loaf, Paula Anders runs her specialty store "Bittersweet": handmade chocolate and self-roasted coffee.
Together with Paula, her childhood sweetheart Thomas, her niece Susi and her ex-husband and chief detective Volker, we experience exciting and delicious stories about the Hildesheim Cathedral, the Derneburg Glass House, the world-famous Egypt exhibition at the Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum and much more
Podcasting (German Edition)
It's not enough to be seen. You have to make yourself heard.
ViennaWriter’s Podcast (Mostly German)
Der Datenschutz Podcast (German)
Desperate Househackers (German)
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